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Performer: Cornelius Meister

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Monte-CarloFierté et dignité

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Elgar, Dvořák
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Cornelius Meister; Frank Peter Zimmermann

StuttgartDie Walküre

Wagner: Die Walküre
Cornelius Meister; Yvonne Gebauer; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Yashi; Urs Schönebaum; Staatsorchester Stuttgart; Ulla von Brandenburg

StuttgartDas Rheingold

Wagner: Das Rheingold
Cornelius Meister; Stephan Kimmig; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Katja Haß; Anja Rabes; Gerrit Jurda; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

StuttgartSiegfriedNew production

Wagner: Siegfried
Cornelius Meister; Jossi Wieler; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Anna Viebrock; Dieter Billino; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

StuttgartGötterdämmerungNew production

Wagner: Götterdämmerung
Cornelius Meister; Marco Štorman; Staatsoper Stuttgart; Demian Wohler; Sara Schwartz; Kai Luczak; Staatsorchester Stuttgart

ToulouseA romantic passionWorld premiere

Campo, Schumann, Brahms
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse; Cornelius Meister; David Fray
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CologneMusic in Dialogue: Isabell Werth and WDR Symphony Orchestra

Dvořák, Ginastera, Beethoven
WDR Symphony Orchestra; Cornelius Meister; Unknown; Emily Hoile
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Season finale: a disappointing ending to Bayreuth's Götterdämmerung

Despite many perceptive details, Bayreuth's new Ring culminates in a rather damp squib of an ending.
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Drunk on ambition: Siegfried takes us deeper into a forest of ideas

Will Siegfried get his girl? Will she turn out to be his sister? And has the ultimate prize already got into the wrong hands? More posers from Bayreuth's intriguing new Ring.
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From birth to death: Die Walküre gets some interesting plot twists

The plot thickens as "episode two" of Bayreuth's new Ring muddies the waters of Siegfried’s paternity and Wotan comes to regret his actions.
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Family saga: Bayreuth's new Rheingold presents a story of today

The Bayreuth Festival's new Ring gets off to a promising start with a tautly directed Rheingold, but will we find out what it all means?
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Vienna's “Lohengrin in Lederhosen” redeemed by musical performances

The performance of Wagner’s Lohengrin transcends Andreas Homoki's curious staging, redeemed by vocal and orchestral performances that shine in their nuanced artistry.
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Heavenly Mussorgsky from Japan's Newspaper Orchestra

One of Japan’s leading orchestras, the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, turned in performances of two warhorses as different as night and day. In between came a revelation in the form of a young cellist destined for greatness.
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